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Co-Founder and A Partner

Phone: (802) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: l***@***.com
Local Address: , Vermont, United States
Sustainable Food Lab
3 Linden Road
Hartland , Vermont 05048
United States

Company Description: The mission of the Sustainable Food Laboratory is to accelerate the sustainable food trend from niche to mainstream so that we can ensure a healthy future for the...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Girl Scouts Eastern Massachusetts
  • Member
    The Society for Organizational Learning Education Partnership

Education

  • bachelor's degree , drama
    Kenyon College
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Web References
LeAnne Grillo, Learning ...
www.sustainablefoodlab.org, 10 Feb 2015 [cached]
LeAnne Grillo, Learning Journey and Meeting Production
LeAnne helps diverse groups of people act together to address the complex social issues they are frustrated with and passionate to change. She is co-founder and a partner in Spaces for Change, a firm that specializes in creating the conditions for people to connect in meaningful ways, enabling them to take effective action together around challenges that matter to them. She works closely with the Sustainable Food Lab and the SoL Education Partnership. LeAnne was a co-founder of Reos Partners LLC and worked at its predecessor company, Generon Consulting, contributing to a range of projects using the Change Lab and U-Process methodologies. Before joining Reos Partners, LeAnne was vice president and conference director for Pegasus Communications, the premier resource provider in the fields of systems thinking and organizational learning. Prior to Pegasus, LeAnne spent ten years working for Girl Scouts Patriots' Trail Council in Boston, Massachusetts in a variety of management positions.
Members - Academy for Systemic Change
www.academyforchange.org, 20 June 2015 [cached]
LeAnne Grillo
LeAnne Grillo helps diverse groups of people act together to address the complex social issues they are passionate to change. She is co-founder and a partner in Spaces for Change, a firm that specializes in creating the conditions for people to connect in meaningful ways, enabling them to take effective action together around challenges that matter to them. She works closely with the Sustainable Food Lab and the SoL Education Partnership. LeAnne was a co-founder of Reos Partners LLC and worked at its predecessor company, Generon Consulting, contributing to a range of projects using the Change Lab and U-Process methodologies. Before joining Reos Partners, LeAnne was vice president and conference director for Pegasus Communications, the premier resource provider in the fields of systems thinking and organizational learning. LeAnne also enjoyed a decade working for Girl Scouts Patriots' Trail Council in a variety of management positions. She has been a Girl Scout since she was seven and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Girl Scouts Eastern Massachusetts. LeAnne is driven by values and mission-based work with organizations and is committed to helping girls grow into confident, competent and caring young women.
Presenters: Tracy Benson & LeAnne ...
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Presenters: Tracy Benson & LeAnne Grillo
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LeAnne Grillo will help field questions about Camp Snowball and relate from her experience working with diverse groups of people to address the complex social issues with which they are frustrated and passionate to change. LeAnne's focus is on creating the conditions for people to connect in meaningful ways enabling them to work in concert with each other. Camp Snowball is one of those opportunities. She has worked with Reos Partners LLC (and its predecessor company, Generon Consulting) for nine years, contributing to a range of projects using the Change Lab and U-Process methodologies. Before joining Reos Partners, LeAnne was vice president and conference director for Pegasus Communications. She is the Camp Snowball Conference Manager and Director of The Society for Organizational Learning Education Partnership (you can read about SolEd on p. 19 of Leslie's Notes).
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A week from tomorrow, when Tracy Benson and LeAnne Grillo present the Camp Snowball Preview Webinar, we'll have an opportunity to learn how schools across the nation, and beyond, are accommplishing demonstrable, measurable results with regard to systems thinking and sustainability, even within the structure of the current education system.
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Presenters: Tracy Benson & LeAnne Grillo
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Tracy and LeAnne have graciously agreed to respond to your questions.
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As I was working with Tracy Benson and LeAnne Grillo in preparation for the Camp Snowball Webinar, I noticed a reference to the Camp Snowball Community.
Sustainable Food Laboratory
www.glifood.org, 9 April 2006 [cached]
Leanne Grillo, Meeting Production
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LeAnne Grillo, Meeting Production, Generon
LeAnne Grillo joined Generon Consulting from Pegasus Communications, Inc.LeAnne was vice president and conference director for Pegasus and spent over ten years designing conferences and gatherings that brought people together using a systems thinking lens to address issues that mattered to their organizations, communities, and the world.The Pegasus Conference is known for its finely-honed integration of content with design that creates the container in which deep learning can happen.Designing and managing large events has given her the project management skills she needs in her multi-faceted position at Generon.
Before going to Pegasus, LeAnne spent ten years working for Patriots' Trail Girl Scout Council, in Boston, in a variety of management positions.She has always felt strongly about working for values-based, mission-based organizations.Helping girls grow into confident, competent, and caring young women is important to her, and she continues to volunteer for the Girl Scouts.
LeAnne was president of the New England Chapter of Meeting Professionals International, a professional association for members of the meeting industry, and held other MPI board positions as well.She is a certified master trainer through Girl Scouts of the USA, and has her bachelor's degree from Kenyon College in drama (set and lighting design).
Generon Consulting
www.generonconsulting.com, 5 Jan 2008 [cached]
LeAnne GrilloGeneron Consulting
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LeAnne Grillo
LeAnne Grillo has worked for Generon Consulting for over two years, having contracted with them on various projects for about six years prior to joining the firm.She has co-facilitated workshops on Change Lab methodology and is consulting on a community healthcare project in Franklin County, Ohio.She project managed some earlier work with Franklin County, was part of the project team that delivered the first Change Lab pilot project, and is a member of the Secretariat for the Sustainable Food Lab.As part of her Food Lab work, she is currently helping to coordinate a series of learning journeys in Guatemala focused on exploring sustainable livelihoods for small producers.
LeAnne was vice president and conference director for Pegasus Communications, the premier resource provider in the fields of systems thinking and organizational learning, and spent over ten years designing conferences and gatherings that brought people together using a systems thinking lens to address issues that mattered to their organizations, communities, and the world.The Pegasus Conference is known for its finely-honed integration of content with design that creates the container in which deep learning can happen.
Before going to Pegasus, LeAnne spent ten years working for Patriots' Trail Girl Scout Council, in Boston, in a variety of management positions.She has always felt strongly about working for values-based, mission-based organizations.Helping girls grow into confident, competent, and caring young women is important to her, and she continues to volunteer for the Girl Scouts.
LeAnne was president of the New England Chapter of Meeting Professionals International, a professional association for members of the meeting industry, and held other MPI board positions as well.She is a certified master trainer through Girl Scouts of the USA, and has her bachelor's degree from Kenyon College in drama (set and lighting design).
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